DEVELOPING HUMAN RESOURCES IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN ANAMBRA STATE FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN TEACHING AND LEARNING THROUGH CONTINUOUS TEACHERS TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

Ifenyinwa F Manafa (PhD), John Ezechukwu Manafa

Abstract


The study investigated development of human resources in Anambra state secondary schools for sustainable development in teaching and learning through continuous teachers training and development. The study adopted descriptive survey design. Three research questions guided the study. The population of the study was 261 principals and 5,827 teachers in Anambra state public secondary schools.  A sample of 20 principals and 260 teachers was used in analysis drawn from using simple random sampling technique to choose 20 principals while balloting procedure was used to choose 260 teachers from the two education zones randomly chosen.  Questionnaire constructed by the researcher, titled “Human Resource Development For Sustainable Development In Teaching And Learning Questionnaire”(HRDSDTLQ) was used as an instrument for data collection. Three experts validated the instrument, two experts from education  management and one expert from  measurement and evaluation, all in the faculty of education, ChukwuemekaOdumegwuOjukwu University, Igbariam. The reliability coefficient of the questionnaire was calculated using Cronbach alpha and was found to be 0.89. The data collected were analyzed using mean and standard deviation. The findings of the study showed that teachers were not often involved in training and professional development in their schools. Principals encounter some hindrances in carrying out training and professional development for teachers in their schools. Based on the findings, the researcher recommends as follows:  provision of adequate fund for the periodic training and professional development of teachers by government, involving teachers in training and professional development for improved performance and achievement of set goals, among others. Involvement of principals in these recommendations is imperative.

Keywords


Human Resources, Sustainable Development, Teaching and Learning, Training and Development.

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